Slovakia will ask foreign healthcare workers for help

The Health Ministry has pointed to complications caused by the new Covid strains.

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As many as 10 doctors and 25 nurses from the EU should come to help at the anaesthesiology and intensive medicine departments in Slovak hospitals.

This is possible through the EU Civil Protection Mechanism. The Health Ministry's proposal was approved by the cabinet at its February 17 session.

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